2015-10-09 Panel Discussion:
China's 12th Five Year Plan
CRIENGLISH.com Web Editor: Shi Jie
The end of this year marks the winding down of China's 12th Five Year Plan. The plan has coincided with and aimed to guide a period of significant change within China's economy.
But what exactly is a Five Year Plan, and what is its purpose? How has the 12th one gone? And what are the prospects for the upcoming 13th Five Year Plan? These questions and more on this edition of "Today" where we discuss China's 12th Five Year Plan.
For more on this, Zhou Jingnan and Brain Kopczynki talk to:
China Economist at Capital Economics, an economic think tank based in Singapore.
Adjunct professor of economics and finance at New York University, also former visiting professor of macroeconomics at Peking University.
Professor in the School of Economics and the director of China Center for Public Economics and Governance at Renmin University.
Business & Online Unleashed:
Today we are talking about
-Automobile sales in China are beginning to slow down.
-A merger of two Chinese online-to-offline service providers.
-Why eating spicy food might be good for you.
-What do foreigners miss most about home when they move to China?